The "Already But Not Yet"

The "Already But Not Yet" - #1
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 07:33

Scholars have long recognized that in the NT, the writers wrote of some things as if they were already a reality, but then, they turned around and...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #2: The Kingdom
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 09:45

John the Baptizer said the kingdom had drawn near. Peter said Christ had been enthroned. Paul said Christ was ruling, and yet, they all still...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #3
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 09:45

The Kingdom and Resurrection are two inter-related concepts and motifs. Just as the NT says the kingdom had been initiated, but was to be...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #4: Resurrection
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 08:03

Nothing speaks more irrefutably of the "already but not yet" motif in scripture than does John 5:24-29. Take a look and be sure to pass it on!


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The "Already But Not Yet" - #5
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 08:57

Most folks admit that John 5:24-29 speaks of an "already but not yet" resurrection motif, but, the posit two totally different resurrections at two...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #6
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 08:24

We are told that in John 5:24-29 Jesus foretold two resurrections, totally disparate in nature, at two totally different times. The question of...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #7: Hour Is Coming -v- Hour That Now Is???
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 10:58

In John 5, Jesus spoke of an hour that was "already" and an hour that was "coming." We are told that these two hours must be separated by, so far,...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #8
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 10:19

Jesus said the resurrection had begun (the hour is coming and now is) but would be consummated at a coming hour. This consummative "hour" is surely...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #9
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 09:38

While most commentators claim that Jesus spoke of two resurrections, of two different natures, at two widely separated times, we have the right to...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #10: The Harvest!
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 06:53

Not only did Jesus say the resurrection had begun, but, John the Baptizer likewise said that the "Harvest" (a resurrection motif) had begun-- and...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #11
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 07:23

Another look at Matthew 3 and John's reference to "harvest" imagery is powerful proof of the "already but not yet" and, it further proves that that...

The "Already But Not Yet" - #12: The Harvest & Israel's Festal Calendar!
  • DKP
  • 8-12-2015
  • 10:13

In John 4 Jesus referred to the harvest as imminent. The significance of his words are mostly lost on modern readers unfamiliar with Jewish Feast...

 

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